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Monday, February 17, 2020
 
 
Reading about the African-Canadian is an interesting and moving experience. Visiting some of the historic attractions and other points of interest in the region can bring that history to life. At many of the sites visits are enhanced by reenactments of historical events. Travelers may even walk in the footsteps of fugitives who made their way via the Underground Railroad to settle in the region. To find out more about a featured site simply click on the link below.
   
Buxton National Historic Site and Museum
Chatham - Heritage Room/WISH Centre
Cemeteries
Churches
Fort Malden
Monument - Tower of Freedom
Murals Located in City of Windsor
North American Black Historical Museum & Cultural Centre
Parks
Windsor and Essex County Sports Hall of Fame
Uncle Tom’s Cabin/Josiah Henson House
Walls -John Freeman Walls Historic Site & Underground Railroad Museum
   
 

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